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1937
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Dance tune
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Folk music--Kentucky.
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Lacy Creek, Floress
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Morgan
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Southern States--Music.
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banjo tune
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mullins, j.m.
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Kentucky Alan Lomax Recordings, 1937-1942
by Mullins, J.M.
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The Library of Congress owns the original Alan Lomax recordings, but holds no copyright or intellectual property rights to these recordings. Some rights are held by the performers, and other rights may exist. For publication use, the American Folklife Center asks patrons to make a good faith effort to contact rights holders and deposit written permission at AFC. AFC facilitates this process, providing what contact information it has. AFC recommends that queries relating to publication be...
Topics: Dance tune, banjo tune, lyric song, Lacy Creek, Floress, Morgan
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Kentucky Alan Lomax Recordings, 1937-1942
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These are documentary sound recordings of rural Kentucky music and lore made for the Library of Congress by John Lomax and his son Alan together and separately over about a four year period in the 1930s and early 1940s. The earliest recordings were made by John and Alan Lomax in Harlan County in 1933. John was back once more in 1939. The bulk of the recordings are the result of Alan's work during three more visits in 1937, 1938, and 1942. He collaborated in Bell County with New York University...
Topics: Folk music--Kentucky., Southern States--Music.